I share with you my journey seeking wisdom and stability during this difficult time. I offer it as a gift of love.
I have the flu As I sit down to write this afternoon (3/11), I have been sick with the flu since Sunday evening, March 1. Late the previous evening (2/29), I learned of my aunt’s death … my dad’s youngest sister and the last in that generation. Her passing was a blessing as she was […]
The World According to Debra Winegarten One year ago today, “The Debster” as Deb was affectionately called, made her transition. She was one of the most generous persons I have ever met. In 2017, I wrote about the great gift she gave to me as my memoir, A Long Awakening to Grace, was published. Here […]
On October 9, 2004, I had the honor of officiating at Jak and Diane’s wedding. Nontraditional in almost every way, I absolutely loved this ceremony. It tops my list of favorite wedding experiences. Jak, a former co-worker who became a good friend, married his soulmate. Their wedding, held at their home in Clifton along the […]
Note: You haven’t heard from me for awhile. I’ve been taking an essay writing class and that has kept me busy. Here is one of my best, written the week of the tragic Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting: Life is precious. Or is it? Each life counts. Each life is significant. So we say. One […]